Dictionary search results

Showing 1-16 of 16 results

Winchester1 US English

A historic city in northwestern Virginia, in the Shenandoah Valley; population 25,897 (est. 2008)

Winchester2 US English

A city in southern England, the county town of Hampshire; population 43,800 (est. 2009). Known to the Romans as Venta Belgarum, it became capital of the West Saxon kingdom of Wessex in 519. It is the site of Winchester College, one of the oldest public schools in England, founded by the bishop of Winchester, William of Wykeham, in 1382

Winchester3 US English

A breech-loading side-action repeating rifle

Winchester rifle in Winchester3 US English

A breech-loading side-action repeating rifle

Winchester in Winchester3 US English

A breech-loading side-action repeating rifle

Winchester in winchester US English

A large cylindrical bottle for holding liquids

winchester US English

A large cylindrical bottle for holding liquids

Winchester US English

A breech-loading side-action repeating rifle

Winchester disk in Winchester3 US English

A disk drive in a sealed unit containing a high-capacity hard disk and the read-write heads

Howard Winchester Hawks in Hawks, Howard US English

(1896–1977), US movie director, producer, and screenwriter; full name Howard Winchester Hawks. He wrote and directed the screenplay for his first movie in 1926 and also directed such movies as The Big Sleep (1946), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953), and Rio Bravo (1959)